Charities and other useful organisations
Many charities and other organisations provide practical help and emotional support to specific groups of people suffering bereavement.
For bereaved people in London.
For help in removing deceased people’s details from databases and mailing files.
Works to enhance Bereavement Support Services in Hospices and Palliative care across the UK.
Largest Association in the sector and represents counsellors and psychotherapists.
For the families and friends of victims killed and injured by drunken drivers.
For bereaved families.
For those affected by the death of a child of any age, at any time, under any circumstances.
For children and young people, helping them manage the impact of death on their lives.
Parish clergy give much time to visiting families, comforting those who are grieving and providing support.
For people bereaved in any way, whatever their age, nationality or belief.
For families who have had a baby die suddenly and unexpectedly.
For bereaved people in Manchester.
Counselling Service for members of the Jewish community.
For lesbians and gay men who have lost a partner.
For women suffering after an abortion, recently or in the past.
For those who have lost loved ones in Light Aircraft Accidents.
Provides a city-wide network of organisations and individuals in Leeds who offer services to bereaved people.
For women, their partners and their families during and after miscarriage.
For bereaved adult twins and bereaved parents of twins.
For the families of those bereaved by meningitis.
For those bereaved by road death.
For those bereaved by terminal illness.
Advice and support for Muslims suffering bereavement.
For parents whose baby dies at or near birth.
For families and friends who have been bereaved as a result of murder or manslaughter.
For people bereaved by the suicide of a close relative or friend.
For families of twins, triplets and more who have suffered the loss of one or more of their children.
For the relatives of victims of homicide, road accidents, sudden or unnatural deaths, or people who are the victims of crimes.
For all War Widows from 1914 to the present day.
For men and women widowed under the age of 50 and their children.
For grieving children and their families.